Emergent functional grammar for space

@inproceedings{Spranger2012EmergentFG,
  title={Emergent functional grammar for space},
  author={Michael Spranger and Luc L. Steels},
  year={2012}
}
This research was performed at the Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris and Tokyo. Additional funding came from the FP7 EU project ALEAR and the FP6 EU project ECAgents. 
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